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Mensen, wees voorzichtig, nog even aankijken wat er gebeurt, want dit gaat wel heel snel...

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-04-0 ... -parabolic


Bitcoins Go Parabolic


In the last 48 hours, the price of the virtual currency has surged by 50% from $94 to $141 as the rate of expansion goes more than parabolic. This leaves us with the question, which line item on the Fed's Balance Sheet is 'Virtual Currency Transactions'... what better way to destroy an up and coming currency competitor than to blow a bubble in it and explode it?

That is a 14x rise since the start of the year...

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Source: BitCoinCharts

En check vooral ook Permuter O's comment in het Max Keiser topic linQ Thx P.O.
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ik stop nog liever mijn pik in een mierenhol.
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[quote=""blackbox" post=70826"]Beyond Nakamoto, several other people are key to the ongoing development of the Bitcoin system. Many of these people work with Bitcoin strictly as volunteers. Many of those volunteers probably own quite a few bitcoins, which means it’s in their best interest to see the Bitcoin system grow and succeed. Others have made a profession out of creating services that focus on the Bitcoin system. The following list includes both types of Bitcoin supporters:

Gavin Andresen. He helps maintain the original Bitcoin client software as a core developer.

Matt Corallo. He developed part of the Bitcoin client software.

Hal Finney. He is an early contributor to Bitcoin, as well as the founder of PGP.

Jeff Garzik. He is one of the core developers of the Bitcoin software, and he’s a founder of Bitcoin Watch.

Martti Malmi. He is an administrator on the Bitcoin Forum, and he is the operator for Bitcoin.org.

Michael Marquardt. He is the creator of the Bitcoin Talk forum.

Jed McCaleb. He is the original developer of the Mt. Gox Web site.

Nils Schneider. He owns both BitcoinWatch and BitcoinCharts, while serving as a core developer of the software.

Patrick Strateman. He created the Python Bitcoin implementation process.

Wladimir J. van der Laan. He helps maintain the Bitcoin client software as a core developer.

Pieter Wuille. He is a core developer of the Bitcoin software, and he maintains Bitcoin network graphs.




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[quote=""Dromen" post=70981"]http://www.geenstijl.nl/mt/archieven/20 ... seven.html[/quote]

Lijkt verdomd veel op het huidige systeem...
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het is de zoveelste internep, ik noem het BitchCoin!
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Moraliteit ∝ Vrijheid
Real eyes realize real lies!!
Natural Law: The REAL law of attraction | The end of all evil
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Bitcoins ontketenen heuse online goudkoorts door Joris Polman
AMSTERDAM - Hackers hebben het al dagen gemunt op de digitale kluizen van in bitcoins handelende websites. De wisselkoers van deze virtuele, gedecentraliseerde munteenheid schoot, mede aangewakkerd door de crisis op Cyprus, de afgelopen weken door het dak. Maar de digitale ’cryptomunt’ is, sinds ze onttrokken is aan de obscuriteit van de krochten van het internet, zelf speelbal van media, speculanten en criminelen. Met alle gevolgen van dien.

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Bitcoin Suffers A Correction Amid Apparent DDOS Attacks On Some Exchanges

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Bitcoin is undergoing a classic correction after quintupling in price over the past 30 days. The currency, which was trading as high as $265 earlier today on Mt. Gox, plummeted and is now trading at around $150.

We’ve reached out to one of the biggest exchanges, Mt. Gox, to see what happened. But another San Francisco-based exchange called TradeHill is saying that the crypto-currency is falling because of there are apparent distributed denial of service attacks on Mt. Gox and Bitstamp. A denial of service attack happens when an attacker overwhelms a target with external requests, so that it can’t honor regular requests from legitimate users.

This also happened last week when Mt. Gox when Bitcoin reached $142 and hackers attacked the exchange. At that point, Mt. Gox said it had suffered ”its worst trading lag ever.”

The Tokyo-based exchange said last week that hackers are engaging in a strategy to manipulate the price of the currency: “Attackers wait until the price of Bitcoins reaches a certain value, sell, destabilize the exchange, wait for everybody to panic-sell their Bitcoins, wait for the price to drop to a certain amount, then stop the attack and start buying as much as they can. Repeat this two or three times like we saw over the past few days and they profit.”

It looks like this may be happening again. Aside from that, any kind of 400 percent increase over 30 days is probably unsustainable from a technical point of view. A correction at this point would be healthy and natural.

linQ: http://techcrunch.com/2013/04/10/bitcoin-crash/


BitCoin Drama Continues After Hours

Think the great BitCoin drama is over? After plunging by over 60% intraday, touching $100 from an all time high of $265 earlier, BitCoin was just getting started, posting a just as epic rebound to $200 in mere hours... before tumbling once more to $125... before rebounding again to $180... before sliding to $140... and so on. As the vomit-inducing sequence above hints, merely following every twist and turn of the real time tragicomedy that is the minute chart of BTC is a full-time job. And with the bulk of assorted BTC price charts DDoSed into oblivion, or merely down due to record traffic, the only remaining real-time chart may be the following from Clark Moody: we suggest using 1 Minute resolution. Perhaps what is most fascinating, is that unlike regular stock, FX or commodity charts which are largely dominated by robots, algos and other electronic traders, the trading in BTC is purely carbon-form based. So for those who enjoy some seriously hypnotic after hours undulations, this chart's for you.

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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-04-1 ... fter-hours

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Leuk om daar mee te handelen nu :D
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zo 14 apr 2013, 13:59

Zo ook weer verder onder controle op elke bitcoin betaling xx% [strike]btw[/strike] energie-belasting. :teubenaki:

Genereren Bitcoins kost maandelijks miljoenen aan stroom
14 april 2013 11:33
http://www.nu.nl/internet/3397450/gener ... troom.html


Mensen die computersoftware draaien waarmee nieuwe Bitcoins worden gegenereerd, gebruiken gezamenlijk zo'n 1000 megawattuur aan energie per dag.

De stroomkosten van 'miners' van de digitale valuta komen dagelijks op zo'n 110.000 euro, berekende Bloomberg op basis van data van Blockchain.info, dat informatie over Bitcoins bijhoudt.

Blockchain gebruikt Amerikaanse energieprijzen om tot dat bedrag te komen. Die liggen een stuk lager dan de Nederlandse prijs van ruim 20 eurocent per kilowattuur. Als met die prijs wordt gerekend, zouden de miners maandelijks zo'n 6 miljoen euro aan energie verbruiken.

De hoeveelheid stroom zou genoeg zijn om zo'n 100.000 Nederlandse huishoudens van stroom te voorzien, of de helft van de Large Hadron Collider, de enorme wetenschappelijke installatie die vorig jaar het Higgs-deelje vond.

meer hier: http://www.nu.nl/internet/3397450/gener ... troom.html
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za 04 mei 2013, 14:46

Rogue Employee Turns Gaming Network Into Private Bitcoin Mine
By Robert McMillan

05.01.13 5:30 PM
http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/20 ... =co7657924


If you’ve been playing Counter-Strike on the ESEA gaming network, you’ve been doing a lot more than tossing virtual hand grenades and firing virtual machine guns. You’ve been mining Bitcoins for an unnamed staffer inside the company that runs the network.

The mining started on April 13 and may have affected as many as 14,000 gamers.

ESEA distributes “anti-cheat” software that allows subscribers to play the Counter-Strike first-person shooter game on their network. The software gives players better data on their game play and cuts down on the use of known game cheats, which can give opponents an unfair advantage. The network has close to 14,000 paying customers, according to co-founder Craig Levine. He isn’t sure how many customers had their machines used for mining, however.

Last month, ESEA started toying with the idea of adding a Bitcoin mining option to its anti-cheat client, but shelved the idea on April 12, Levine said in an e-mailed statement.

But the next day, an employee went ahead and started distributing the code “for his own personal gain,” Levine says.

“What transpired the past two weeks is a case of an employee acting on his own and without authorization to access our community through our company’s resources. As of this morning, ESEA has made sure that all Bitcoin mining has stopped. ESEA is also in the process of taking all necessary steps internally to ensure that nothing like this ever happens again.”

The surreptitious mining was discovered yesterday by an ESEA user.

The company’s story about what happened has changed somewhat since then. Initially, ESEA described the mining as a sort of April Fool’s prank gone wrong. Yesterday, co-founder Eric Thunberg said that the mining started after a technical glitch occurred with test code that staffers had been toying with. But Levine now says that Thunberg’s post was based on incorrect information.

“It was posted based on inaccurate information Eric got at the time,” Levine says. “Upon our further investigation, the situation obviously turned out to be more severe that we were initially led on to believe.”

In the Bitcoin world, people with access to large compute resources can earn money by adding processing power to the digital currency’s peer-to-peer network. It’s a business that’s become increasingly lucrative and competitive in the past few months as more powerful Bitcoin mining computers have come online.

But the graphics processors found on gaming systems are pretty good at mining Bitcoins, and the ESEA employee did OK for himself. In just a couple of weeks, he netted close to BTC30, or about $3,700.

Without more details, it’s hard to say whether ESEA violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, which makes it a crime to intentionally or recklessly cause damage to someone’s computer. But there’s no question that the secret mining was wrong, says Kurt Opsahl, a senior staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

“This certainly is something they shouldn’t have done,” he says. “And it’s a word of caution to users”

ESEA says it’s going to donate its employee’s ill-gotten Bitcoin haul to the American Cancer Society and will match the donation from its own funds.


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za 04 mei 2013, 17:59

Ah je hebt daskapital ook gevonden, ze volgen wel keurig 'de agenda' net als geenstijl, maar af en toe staat er wel wat aardigs op zoals het artikel die je linkt.
het is niet wat het lijkt,... het is veel erger
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